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ABC
Dec 13, 2012 4:00pm PST
are investigating to determine who made that threat. classes at both schools will resume tomorrow. >> the city of san francisco has asked a judge to dismiss a constitutional challenge that the city's public nudity ban. city attorney filed the motion and dropped the suit in u.s. district court. the ordinance passed earlier this month and bans nudity on public street, sidewalks and public transit and goes into effect february 1. >> joseph crienz has been named the chief of police. he has been serving as interim chief since july. he has 32 years of experience. his appointment is effective on saturday. >> got a couple of sports articles. the giants are bringing back a familiar face. >> they signed an descres torresto a deal worth $2 bhillion. he was in the 2010 championship run and was traded to the mets. torres is expected to be in a deal. >> the talk of the nba, in the victory over the nba champions in miami has gotten everybody's attention. david lee's playing great. 22 points, the warriors showing toughness. lee, hammering lebron james. they called it a flafrant foul. but he stayed in the game
ABC
Dec 13, 2012 6:00pm PST
city hall and we're glad to see it because we see it every day for 30 years. >> reporter: we caught up with the sheriff in front of the women's resource center where he was taking part in the sheriff's toy drive and i asked if the mayor or the d.a. had changed their opposition to working with him on their domestic violence campaign. >> there hasn't been a conversation by them, but i continue to have directly with me. but i continue to reach out to them. >> reporter: the sheriff says he isn't about to resign and he isn't paying attention to new efforts to have him recalled. in the news room, mark matthews, abc 7 news. >> thank you. back again today, the december high tide known as king tide swamped coast lines. these tides occur when the sun, moon and earth are if alignment. some say climate change will make high water events like these more common. >> open a conversation in a way where it's no longer polarized, it becomes a conversation of look, this is what we have at risk now. how can we build our municipalities in such a way that they are resilient to sea level lives? >> in southern
ABC
Dec 13, 2012 11:00pm PST
. >>reporter: they funnel money from bank accounts including wells fargo city bank and chas chase. the hope is that the financial industry way of dealing with cyberthief over the years will minimize loss. a management company says this. >> utility company that deal in it. they have the resource also. have to keel with these sort of issues but it's the cost of doing bi-he says the plan involves targeting people of high net worth but all customers are advised to make sure the anti-virus surf wear is working the way it should. >> potential for attack. we think the lakely hood is high. why won't you. >>reporter: mcfee is coordinating with law enforcement officials and working with several bank to prepare them for the potential attack. >> lillian reporting. >> remains of mexican americans superstar jenni rivera is now at a mortuary in long beach. her family identified the remains earlier today and went ahead with cremation without waiting for dna results. she and 6 wrors killed sunday when they are learjet crashed in mexico. >>> students at 2 by area schools will see extra security tomorrow
FOX News
Dec 14, 2012 10:00am PST
. the horrifying reality at this hour reminds me of what happened in new york city after 9/11, when they lined up outside of the hospital. reporter: you could even go back to what happened at columbine. or perhaps at georgia tech. you can see at one point in time, they were alluding to a triage, which is a standing operating procedure and they set up a red tarp and a yellow tarp and other tarps and they will bring the patients out and they will assess them as the need. the red is the most serious. the yellow is not so serious, and then you move on down the line. we look at that tree are set up and there wasn't a single patient out there. at first, it seemed to be a good sign. now, as you go later on and you see going back to columbine and virginia tech, but that apparently was not a good sign. the fatalities were apparently in the office and in a certain classroom, but we though we don't know which classroom they were in. you kind of touched on how the whole town, all the schools on lockdown, there was a report earlier that police had surrounded a purple van that was in dander, which is just a fe
PBS
Dec 14, 2012 3:00pm PST
and their families in the small newtown community, 65 miles northeast of new york city. >> we were running really quick, so then we got to the firehouse and we sat in our classes, and i am really happy we are out alive. >> it doesn't even seem real, it just does not seem like it's even possible. you read it in the paper or see it in the news, and you're like, "oh, my god, that poor family." and then, you have something happen so close to home, it's like... i think i'm still in shock, to be honest with you. >> suarez: and connecticut governor dannel malloy addressed the shooting late this afternoon. >> you can never be prepared for this kind of incident. what has happened, what has transpired at that school building will leave a mark on this community and every family impacted. >> suarez: today's occurrence in connecticut is the latest mass shooting this year. most notably, in july, a gunman opened fire at a midnight screening of the latest batman movie, killing 12 and wounding 58. today's school attack ranks as the second deadliest crime of its kind in american history, only behind the virginia t
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